All My Children
- Co-Head Writer: 1996 - 1997
As the World Turns
- Writer: 1995 - 1996
- Co-Head Writer: 1994, 2002–2003
- Script Writer: 1994 - 1995
- Head Writer: 1988 - 1991, 1992–1993
- Head Writer: 1985 - 1987
- Writer: 1980s
Search for Tomorrow
- Writer: 1980 - 1981
- Executive Producer: 2004 - 2006
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